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Letter, October 9, 1916.

Author: William Martin Beauchamp
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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This consists of a magazine clipping and a letter from William Beauchamp to Rev. Edward J. Cummings. In the letter, Beauchamp discusses the validity of a statement made by A.H. Sayce who states that the Seneca did not have any labials in their language, arguing that it may have been due to the use of ornamental rings on their upper lips.
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Edward J Cummings; A H Sayce
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Martin Beauchamp
OCLC Number: 122572921
Notes: The letter was found in the monograph, "Indian Names in New York with a Selection from Other States and Some Onondaga Names of Plants, Etc." (1893), held by the Research Library on site.
Description: Processed: 0.1 linear ft.: 2 items.

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This consists of a magazine clipping and a letter from William Beauchamp to Rev. Edward J. Cummings. In the letter, Beauchamp discusses the validity of a statement made by A.H. Sayce who states that the Seneca did not have any labials in their language, arguing that it may have been due to the use of ornamental rings on their upper lips.

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